Sukumol Kunplome

Private benefactors donated more than 40 million baht to Banglamung Hospital to help it build another inpatient wing. Vibun Thammakit, the former abbot of Chonglom Temple, presented 41.3 million baht to Visit Tangnapakorn, the ombudsman for the Ministry of Public Health, following a “Thod Pha Pa”...
Area residents bid farewell to the year’s Songkran festivities with traditional rice festivals and “Kong Khao” ceremonies in Naklua and Nong Yai. Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome was the master of ceremonies at Lan Po Park in Naklua as locals and tourists gathered for games, including...

Wat Chaimongkol designated royal temple

Thursday, 31 January 2013 10:35
South Pattaya’s Wat Chaimongkol has been designated a royal temple, elevating what was once a private monastery in the area’s most important center of worship.

Culture Minister tours Banglamung flood area

Wednesday, 10 October 2012 16:25
Culture Minister Sukumol Kunplome toured Banglamung neighborhoods affected by the latest bout of flooding, promising pumps and flood barriers.

Father Ray commemorations continue with telethon

Thursday, 13 September 2012 12:11
The Father Ray Foundation’s commemoration of the ninth anniversary of their founder’s death stretched into a second month, with public officials joining charity executives for a televised telethon and fair.
BANGKOK, Sept 10 - Culture Minister Sukumol Kunplome admitted to having concern about a possible flood threat at historic sites in Ayutthaya, despite flood embankments being elevated to offer further protection.
Thailand’s Culture Ministry sponsored a “Fund for Quality of Life” fair at the Central department store in Chonburi with Gov. Khomsan Ekachai attending.
Central Festival Pattaya Beach showcased a collection of photographs taken by HRH Princess Sirindhorn to reflect her interactions with Thailand’s people, animals and nature.
Heavy rains may have eventually cancelled the parade, but it couldn’t stop thousands of adoring subjects from wishing Her Majesty Queen Sirikit a happy 80th birthday last Sunday at Bali Hai pier.
Thailand’s four Eastern Seaboard provinces are promoting the area to tourists by offering low-cost hotels and other deals during a beachfront festival in Pattaya through Friday evening.
The Pattaya Mail Media team joins the Kingdom of Thailand in humbly offering our best wishes to HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn on the occasion of His 60th Royal Birthday Celebration July 28. (Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)
Wittaya Kunplome was re-elected president of the Chonburi Provincial Administrative Organization, beating his Democratic Party challenger nearly 2-to-1 and his party sweeping 33 of 36 electoral districts.
Culture Minister Sukumol Kunplome headed a guest list of community and business leaders as Samitivej Sriracha Hospital celebrated its 19th anniversary.
Government agencies on Monday were expected to detail how they plan to work together to boost Thailand’s tourism industry to 30 million visitors and 2 trillion baht in revenue by 2015.
Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Sunday that she was confident that tourism income will increase to Bt2 trillion as targeted while chairing a workshop on driving tourism policies in Pattaya.
BANGKOK, 24 March 2012 – The Culture Ministry has led a group of international diplomats to inspect World Heritage sites in Ayutthaya Province. Culture Minister Sukumol Kunplome said that last year's severe flooding has apparently affected and caused serious damages to World Heritage sites and various...
German Foreign Office Minister of State Cornelia Pieper marked 150 years of diplomatic relations between Germany and Thailand during her Southeast Asian tour last month.
CHONBURI, 10 February 2012  – The Culture and Commerce Ministries are holding a fair to help flood-affected entrepreneurs sell their products in stocks. 
AYUTTHAYA, Jan 31 – Thailand’s antiquities authorities will speed up restoring the former capital’s historic sites, damaged by last year’s flooding in the city of Ayutthaya, and reinforce weak structures in preparation for possible repeat flooding in the future.
A new museum and theater hopes to draw tourists to East Pattaya with its spotlight on the legacy of HM the King and his celebrated royal barges.
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